Children have to cope with the adult life around them and share their physical, structural, cultural and emotional world. This world, common to both children and adults, provides the environment for learning. Taken in its totality, the learning world is very huge and complex, most times too chaotic and bewildering. The home, first, and then the school, are small environments, though part of the whole, designed specifically for children’s growth and learning. Nevertheless, these children spaces continue to be structured by adults and tend, many a times, to be confusing to both.